Role Of Psychology In The Crucible

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“The conscious mind and the unconscious mind jointly govern human beings’ desires, thoughts, and behavior, which unified totally in a singular human body houses what we term the self. [...] One of the main conundrums of human beings is that the unconscious mind, which guides important aspects of human behavior and motivation, is virtually unknowable.” - Kilroy J. Oldster.
Human psychology; a broad and somewhat of an unknown entity in itself to this day. An even greater unknown entity within Arthur Miller’s play, “The Crucible”. Throughout time, a general idea about the human psyche has been developed which can be applied to this case. Within the play, a multitude of psychological themes are revealed; these include mass hysteria, societal